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Aircraft Boneyard
Tucson

Here is the famous "Bone Yard" in Tucson, Arizona. I came here with a 6 meter-long pole in order to get a better perspective for shooting, however, as you can see it made little difference. The airplanes are just too far away. I also learned after shooting this that the police don't take too kindly to such shenangans, and might show up, 4 cars at a time, with M4 rifles drawn. Alas it was not the case with me. Anyway, you should head over to the Pima Air Museum to check out some old airplanes in greater detail. Enjoy!

Copyright: Jeffrey martin
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Geüpload: 19/04/2010
Geüpdatet: 05/06/2014
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Tags: airplane; air force base; junk yard; arizona
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